Joe Biden receives votes in Wisconsin County after Trump-ordered reconsideration | US Elections 2020

A note in Wisconsin’s largest county, which was demanded by President Donald Trump’s election campaign, ended Friday with President Joe Biden receiving the votes.

After a review in Milwaukee County, Biden received 132 votes, nearly 460,000 votes. Overall, the Democrats received 257 of Trump’s 125 votes.

Trump’s campaign has called for a review after his defeat in two of Wisconsin’s most populous and pro-democracy districts. Wisconsin More than 20,000 votes for Biden. The two reconsiderations cost the Trump campaign m 3 million. Dane County is expected to conclude its review on Sunday.

Overall, Biden won the November 3 U.S. presidential election with 306 electoral college votes and Trump’s 232. Biden leads the polls with more than 6 meters.

After the review, Milwaukee County Secretary George Christensen said: “The review demonstrates what we already know: Elections in Milwaukee County are fair, transparent, accurate and secure.”

The Trump campaign is expected to pose a legal challenge to Wisconsin’s overall decision, but time is running out. The government is due to certify its presidential decision on Tuesday.

On Friday, Trump’s legal team suffered another setback when a federal appeal was made The court in Philadelphia rejected the campaign’s latest attempt To challenge the election results of the state.

Despite the Philadelphia judges’ assessment that “the campaign claims no merit,” Trump’s lawyers promised to appeal to the Supreme Court.

“Free and fair elections are the lifeblood of our democracy. Unjust accusations are serious. Calling an election unjust does not do that. Fees require specific allegations and evidence. We are not here,” Judge Stephen Bipas wrote to the three-judge panel.

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